‘Desert Trip’ Is Not Sold Out
‘Desert Trip’, the upcoming twice-in-a-lifetime concert taking place during the next two weekend in October: 7-9 and 14-16, featuring the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney, Neil Young, Roger Waters and The Who, has been declared sold-out for months.
That’s what fans were told anyway. The truth is that tickets can be had right now, and they’re super easy to buy.
Music fans were told in May that demand was so high for the festival, taking place at the same California venue as the annual Coachella shows, that a second weekend of shows was added. Tickets for both weekends supposedly sold out almost immediately. You can purchase tickets right now directly from concert organizers at DesertTrip.com. Tons of tickets are also being sold on secondary market sites too, sometimes for less than their original purchase price.
Before snagging your tickets, however, take note that admission is only one part of how much it costs to attend Desert Trip. Among the other expenses fans may need to cover are shuttle passes for getting around the venue ($25), parking ($50 to $150), camping ($99 for a tent, up to $1,600 for luxury teepee accommodations), and food.